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EmmaW

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  1. Price - Quantity - Add to Cart (all on one line) Do you think its possible?
  2. Hi Tuan! Thanks so much for this!! This code successfully switched the order of the price & quantity field, but didn't put it on one line... i.e. https://seabass-greyhound-r843.squarespace.com/editions-a-k/tomma-abts (pw: Zurich1984) Now I'm wondering, do you think it would be possible to display 'Price' followed by 'QTY' followed by 'Add to Cart' all on one line ?? Thanks again!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  3. Zurich1984 I'm using the following code right now, which brings the price down: section.ProductItem-details .ProductItem-details-checkout { display: flex; flex-flow: column; } .ProductItem-details .ProductItem-details-excerpt { order: 1 !important; } .ProductItem-details .product-variants { order: 2 !important; } .ProductItem .ProductItem-details .product-quantity-input { order: 3 !important; } .ProductItem-details .ProductItem-product-price { order: 4 !important; } .ProductItem-details .sqs-add-to-cart-button-wrapper { order: 5 !important; } .ProductItem .Prod
  4. Site URL: https://seabass-greyhound-r843.squarespace.com/home Does any one happen to have code that would change the display on individual products so that the price and quantity are on one single line? I'd like the order to be: 'price' followed by 'quantity' Followed by 'add to cart'
  5. Wow this is exactly what I needed too, THANK YOU!!
  6. Site URL: https://seabass-greyhound-r843.squarespace.com/home-4 Hello! Here is my problem: I have 270 products (in this case artworks) which I would love to be able to present on a single page. Because of the 200 product maximum, I have for now divided them into two product pages: A-K and L-Z. This is problematic for a number of reasons, the biggest one being that it becomes impossible to filter all 270 artworks. For example, if I wanted to create a category of artworks priced at less than $1000 for instance, I would love to be able to display the ones in both the A-K AND the
  7. Thank you both!!!! This was so helpful I had the same issue- Wanted to remove the 'add to cart button' and as well as prices, including '$0.00' on certain products only (but not all of them) I found that after tagging the specific products I didn't want to show as for sale (I'm using the tag 'archive' rather than 'freebie') this code worked perfectly: <style> .tag-archive .sqs-add-to-cart-button-wrapper { display: none !important; } </style> <style> .tag-archive .product-price {display: none !important;} } </style>
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